Susan Wood from The Food Project

Podcast Episode 17 – Susan Wood of The Food Project

On today’s episode I sit down with Susan Wood of The Food Project which is operating out of Boston, Massachusetts. We are in the jungles of Costa Rica, at the Yoga Farm, in Punta Banco. We went surfing this morning, we are sitting on a bench that Susan made, we are sipping on a somewhat cold Imperial cerveza, and we are ready to talk farming! We focus on Susan’s journey into the profession, how to inspire young minds, and the challenges and gifts of working so closely with nature. We apologize for the jungle noises in the background that is as quiet as it gets around these parts!

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